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English Football League - League Two

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Dons dealt home defeat

A loss at Plough Lane

18 March 2023

A disjointed AFC Wimbledon fell to a 1-0 defeat at home to Crawley Town after a performance which offered very little in terms of attacking chances.

A point in midweek had offered a potential foundation for a rejuvenation at this late stage of the season, however the Dons were quite simply not at the races.

With a week-long gap between today and the trip to Barrow, our side will need to show a big reaction if we are to finish the campaign with anything to shout about.

Johnnie Jackson made one change to the side which drew 1-1 at Newport County, with Will Nightingale coming in for the injured Alex Pearce. Meanwhile Huseyin Biler made his return from the sidelines as he was named amongst the substitutes.

The Dons experienced the worst possible start as the visitors took the lead early on. James Tilley charged down the left before crossing for Ashley Nadesan to tap in. Ethan Chislett was first to go close up the other end as his free-kick cleared the crossbar.


Kasey McAteer was next to create an opening, but his snap shot was comfortably off target as we sought an equaliser prior to the break.

We looked to inject some extra pace into the second-half as Saikou Janneh was introduced in place of McAteer. A lack of any real openings signalled further changes as Biler made his comeback from injury and Alfie Bendle slotted into midfield.


Ali Al-Hamadi had his first opportunity of the afternoon just north of the hour mark as he headed a floated cross wide in what proved to be the closest we came to finding an equaliser.

In the end it was a defeat that left a sour taste in the mouth, with our season beginning to peter out after so much promise at the back end of last year.

AFC Wimbledon: Nik Tzanev, Chris Gunter (Huseyin Biler), Alex Woodyard (Alfie Bendle), Will Nightingale, Ethan Chislett, Ali Al-Hamadi, Aaron Pierre, Armani Little, Kasey McAteer (Saikou Janneh), Jack Currie, Sam Pearson

Attendance: 7,300 (365 away)

PIC: Stephen Flynn (Pro Sports Images)

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Coming up: An important match versus our old rivals

Watch the Dons take on Crawley again

15 March 2023

In a match-up that will bring memories flooding back of epic non league battles from the past, we need more of your fantastic support on Saturday.

The Dons host Crawley this weekend with Johnnie Jackson's men seeking to end a run of nine matches without a win.

We've sold over 6,200 tickets so far, so another big crowd is expected at our wonderful stadium.

A great atmosphere can give the team that extra push to lift the team, so join us for another exciting home matchday - and cheer on the Dons to a much-needed victory.  

Make sure you guarantee your seat by accessing our online ticket shop.


Watch the game in style - from the best seats in the stadium - and enjoy the delights of a pre-match meal in one of our plush hospitality lounges.

It's THE ultimate way to enjoy a Dons matchday.

Book now via our designated Seat Unique hospitality page.


Season ticket returns will really help us as we can make your seat available for resale, allowing more Dons to come along.

Please kindly let us know by e-mailing with your name and the block, row, and seat number of the seats (s) you are releasing.

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